Can recruitment be automated?

Can recruitment be automated?

Published on 16 June, 2022

With the adoption of new tools and technologies such as AI, machine learning, and robotics, automation is on the tip of everyone’s tongues. What was perhaps once an idea out of a dystopian novel, more industries than ever before are seeing certain processes being done by a machine rather than a human.

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Find your new marketing and creative role

Find your new marketing and creative role

Posted by Dani Osborne
Published on 24 May, 2022

Cathedral Appointments has some great opportunities for marketing and creative candidates to join some of the best teams in the UK. Take a look at our blog to find out more about the marketing and creative sector and what great jobs we have available.

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Are law jobs in demand?

Are law jobs in demand?

Published on 18 May, 2022

The legal sector looks vastly different from how it did even just a few months ago. There’s no denying that it has been a sector that has taken a little longer than others to catch up with change and digital transformation, tied very much to the traditional apron strings. Nevertheless, it’s clear that the legal sector has evolved, and employers must be aware of what this means for hiring.

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LinkedIn is leading the way…

LinkedIn is leading the way…

Posted by Joanne Caine
Published on 03 May, 2022

Most companies in this day and age will use LinkedIn to support its hiring efforts. From highlighting your brand’s reputation to uploading job adverts, LinkedIn is an integral asset. LinkedIn also plays a part in supporting employers in implementing inclusive processes into their recruitment.

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Find your new Engineering Role

Find your new Engineering Role

Published on 28 April, 2022

Engineering is a broad field that requires many different skill sets. We cover a large range of engineering vacancies here in the South West and have been guiding people into these roles since 1988. We believe that it is of the utmost importance to learn exactly what our candidate’s capabilities are, whether that is in Electrical, Design, Mechanical, or manufacturing to place them in the perfect role.

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Overcoming the fear of failure

Overcoming the fear of failure

Published on 07 April, 2022

Whether a boy or girl, child or adult, the fear of failure is something that affects over 30 per cent of the population. A phobia that controls us more than our dislike of spiders, being home alone and even the paranormal.

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An interview with... Tech South West

An interview with... Tech South West

Published on 24 March, 2022

One sector in which women are still vastly underrepresented is STEM. Last year, it was reported by UNESCO that women make up only 24 per cent of the core STEM workforce, a worryingly low number. However, there seems to be hope on the horizon.

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Female diversity and inclusion in technology

Female diversity and inclusion in technology

Published on 04 March, 2022

£70,000. That’s the turnover premium for a director who sits on a diverse board in the technology sector. Combine this with the fact that diverse boards attract 453 per cent higher investment and the case for ensuring diversity is not only strong, but vital for success.  

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Normality resumes – but to what extent?

Normality resumes – but to what extent?

Posted by Joanne Caine
Published on 24 February, 2022

With restrictions coming to an end, the UK is once again, cautiously, peeping its head over the edge to see some semblance of normality. The nation has yo-yoed in and out of measures for nearly two years, and scepticism around this really being ‘the end’ is high.

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Getting started in Accountancy

Getting started in Accountancy

Posted by Jo Howell
Published on 23 February, 2022

Career paths aren't always linear – there are bound to be twists and turns along the way! Nevertheless, it's still helpful to see what may lay ahead, especially when you're just starting out. Here's a brief look into what your journey into the Accountancy sector might look like.

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3 benefits of becoming a non-executive Director (NED)

3 benefits of becoming a non-executive Director (NED)

Posted by Joanne Caine
Published on 17 February, 2022

For businesses, the attraction of hiring a NED lies in the impartiality and independence and individual has from the company. This separation a NED has from the company enables them to be far more objective about the work being undertaken and makes it a lot easier for them to offer critical, yet constructive, feedback to senior teams who are looking to improve their processes as well as make the business more profitable – potentially ready for sale.

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What to do when you’ve reached the top of the career ladder

What to do when you’ve reached the top of the career ladder

Published on 11 February, 2022

Reaching ‘the top’ of a career looks different for everyone, it’s not a one-size-fits-all ambition. While some may look to fulfil the average 24 year sprint to CEO level, others may place satisfaction on the numbers shown in their bank account, the assets they hold, or the positive emotional connection they have with their profession and role within society.  

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